Carlton Palms Educational Center Mount Dora, FL 32757


Carlton Palms Educational Center - School Profile (Private School)

Carlton Palms Educational Center (Private School)
28308 Churchill Smith Ln
Mount Dora, FL 32757

School Type: Regular Schools
School Level: Mixed Grades

Location: Rural, Fringe

Enrollment Information

Students: 80
Teachers: 16
Student-Teacher Ratio: 5.0 to 1

Students by Grade
Grade 5: 4
Grade 6: 5
Grade 7: 2
Grade 8: 5
Grade 9: 12
Grade 10: 4
Grade 11: 9
Grade 12: 38
Ungraded Students: 1

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Nearby Public Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Mt. Dora High School, FL (3.6 miles NNE)
Triangle Elementary School, FL (3.9 miles N)
Mt. Dora Middle School, FL (4.1 miles NNE)
Zellwood Elementary, FL (4.3 miles ESE)
Tavares Middle School, FL (4.5 miles W)
Astatula Elementary School, FL (4.7 miles SW)
Tavares High School, FL (4.9 miles NW)
Tavares Elementary School, FL (4.9 miles NW)
Lake County Acer Program, FL (5.1 miles NW)
Nonschool Exceptional Education, FL (5.3 miles NW)

Nearby Private Schools (within a 15-mile radius)

Solid Rock Christian School, FL (3.4 miles NE)
Montessori at Roseborough, FL (3.4 miles NNE)
Hampden Dubose Academy, FL (3.6 miles E)
Liberty Christian Prep School, FL (4.7 miles NNW)
Adventure Christian Academy, FL (5.3 miles W)
Apopka Christian Academy, FL (11.3 miles ESE)
New Hope Christian Academy, FL (13.6 miles SSW)
First Academy-Leesburg, FL (13.8 miles WNW)
His Royal Christian Academy, FL (13.9 miles WNW)
Land of Lakes Montessori School, FL (14.1 miles SSW)

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